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Stanhopea nigro-violacea 'Golden Egg' x self (4N)

Stanhopea nigro-violacea 'Golden Egg' x self (4N)<span class="cross"></span>
Item Number:
13100
Color:
Burgundy, Yellow
Bloom Season:
Summer, Fall
Light:
Medium-High
Temperature:
Cool-Warm
Fragrant!

CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix II Species


Base Price

$75.00

Pot Size

5.5" - NOT In-Spike ($100.00)
4.5"-5" - NOT In-Spike ($75.00)

This is a massive flowered nigro-violacea with extra-thick substance and incredible fragrance. The color is quite different than the standard species, and perhaps it is a mix of the standard type and the albescens type. This is a jungle collected plant from Mexico in the late '70s.

 

These are now near-flowering to flowering-size. We freshly repotted these in late February 2017. By the middle to end of summer, we expect some pretty large growths that should flower from August on. If they don't flower in 2017, they will in 2018. This is a group of plants we selected and grew from seed since 2010.

 

 

 

 


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